Iran selling indigenous cell phones to Iraq, Yemen

TEHRAN (ISNA)- Iran has started exports of its locally-built ‘GLX’ cell phones to Iraq and Yemen and is after exporting the product to Ireland as well.

Iranian Gouya Arvand Communication Co (GLX) Managing Director Hamid Saeedi said the GLX cell phones are of lower price comparing to similar foreign models while they are totally equal in terms of know-how.

“Iran has started exports of GLX cell phones to Iraq and Yemen, and we plan to export the product to Ireland in 2015 as well,” he told reporters.

“We are in talks with other countries for the export of the product. We are not after profits, but we want to say that we are an Iranian brand and an Iranian brand is sold overseas.”

Saeedi further noted that the company aims to receive the expertise of foreign cell phone companies to produce other brands locally, and has signed Chinese G’Five International Limited to build the cell phone locally.

The Iranian company was established in 2007.



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